Fair Housing Project

The Fair Housing Project works to protect and expand the fair housing legal rights of classes of people traditionally subjected to housing discrimination and exclusion. As part of that mission we work to assure that the state and municipalities are actively Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing so as to expand inclusiveness of housing opportunities in Vermont.

Fair Housing is Your Right!    

If you or your organization needs information, training, referral services regarding fair housing rights, and responsibilities, the FHP can assist you.

The FHP works with our partners to eradicate illegal housing discrimination in Vermont. We provide fair housing education, training, outreach and workshops. We collaborate with agencies such as Regional Planning Commissions to provide workshops for municipal planners, zoning administrators, permitting review boards, housing developers, and business leaders. Municipal officials and volunteer boards can consult with the Fair Housing Project for assessments and training regarding Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.

Thriving Communities - Building a Vibrant, Inclusive Vermont 

FHP also coordinates Thriving Communities, a statewide collaboration to raise awareness about the economic and social benefits of affordable, inclusive housing. Find out more at www.thrivingcommunitiesvt.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

CONTACT US at fhp@cvoeo.org or:

 

The work that provided the basis for this publication was supported by funding under a grant with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.  The substance and findings of the work are dedicated to the public. The author and publisher are solely responsible for the accuracy of the statements and interpretations contained in this publication. Such interpretations do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Government.

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